The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds were 36-0 when leading after two periods heading into Friday's tilt against the Kitchener Rangers at the Aud.
So when the Blueshirts looked up at the scoreboard and saw a 3-1 score staring back after 40 minutes, it wasn't looking good.
But the home side didn't back down.
Two power play goals had the western conference rivals even before Waterloo native Boris Katchouk blew past two Rangers defencemen and scored his 41st marker of the campaign for a 4-3 'Hounds win.